Friday, April 6, 2012


From Wikipedia:
Amigurumi (編みぐるみ?, lit. crocheted or knitted stuffed toy) is .the Japanese art of knitting or crocheting small stuffed animals and anthropomorphic creatures.
Amigurumi have no practical use; they are created and collected for aesthetic reasons.[2] The pervading aesthetic of amigurumi is cuteness. To this end, typical amigurumi animals have an over-sized spherical head on a cylindrical body with undersized extremities, usually termed a chibi style outside of Japan. Amigurumi may be used as children's toys but are generally purchased or made solely for aesthetic purposes.

This year for Easter I decided to make Amigurumi Bunnies. Amigurumi are easy patterns and make cute little toys.
I started in February and made all of the parts. I started assembling and adding details over conference weekend.
I made a small army of Bunnies, by Sunday they will all have new homes.
This is my third Ami Army.
In 2008 I tried my 1st Bunnies.
In 2010 I went with an army of chicks
I love Ami critters


Vicki said...

I love Ami animals as well! You really have a flair with them, so cute! Love you armies!

Betsy Schow said...

So cute! Where can I get one as I have no crafting talent :)

Kandice and Rob said...

I love the bunnies' tails! Robbie still has his 2008 model - a green one. It even went camping with us one year. :)

Jo Jo said...

Those are absolutely beautiful! I love those white bunnies and chicks! You are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOo talented!